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February 2006

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January 2006

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November 2005

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October 2005

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September 2005

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August 2005

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  • 2005-08-01: S. Korean wins Women’s British Open - easier | harder

July 2005

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  • 2005-07-30: Site for beautiful people only - easier | harder
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June 2005

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  • 2005-06-29: Another shark attack in Florida - easier | harder
  • 2005-06-28: French minister knocks EU expansion - easier | harder
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  • 2005-06-26: Ahmadinejad wins Iranian presidency - easier | harder
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  • 2005-06-23: British royal finances online - easier | harder
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  • 2005-06-19: Forty million credit cards hacked - easier | harder
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  • 2005-06-06: Oil-rich Gulf urged to help Africa - easier | harder
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May 2005

  • 2005-05-31: France rejects European constitution - easier | harder
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  • 2005-05-29: Time stands still in London - easier | harder
  • 2005-05-28: Japanese WW2 soldiers found in jungle - easier | harder
  • 2005-05-27: S. African capital to have new name - easier | harder
  • 2005-05-26: Caspian oil pipeline opens - easier | harder
  • 2005-05-25: No Lesson
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